army camp

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  • Waiouru Army Camp — The Waiouru Army Camp is a base of the New Zealand Army in the central North Island near Waiouru. The military campWhen the Government needed a training area in the North Island for its Territorial Forces in the 1930s. The Waiouru sheep station… …   Wikipedia

  • Ingleburn Army Camp — was a purpose built camp constructed in 1940 for the Australian Army at Ingleburn, New South Wales, Australia.HistoryOriginally known as Ingleburn Military Camp , the commonwealth acquired 684 acres in 1940, which the army had already occupied… …   Wikipedia

  • Greta Army Camp — was a Australian army camp near Greta, New South Wales, Australia. Built in 1939 with the creation of the Second AIF (2AIF) during World War II. The Australian army sold the site at auction in 1980.In November 1939, 2,930 acres of land was… …   Wikipedia

  • Rutherford Army Camp — was an Australian army camp near Rutherford, New South Wales, Australia. Initially set up around 1901 it was closed in the early 1950 s.The camp was initially used for training by the Citizens Military Forces in the years prior to the World War I …   Wikipedia

  • Linton Army Camp — is the Largest NZ Army base and is home to the 2nd Land Force GroupUnits based at Linton: * HQ 2 Land Force Group * 1st Battalion Royal New Zealand Infantry Regiment (Mechanised Infantry) * 16 Field Regiment (Royal Regiment of New Zealand… …   Wikipedia

  • Camp War Eagle — was the name of the United States Army camp located at the Northeast corner of the Baghdad slum known as Sadr City. It was established in May 2003 by 1st Squadron 2nd Armored Cavalry Regiment (known as the War Eagles) and B Company 2nd Battalion… …   Wikipedia

  • Camp Cody Deming New Mexico — Camp Cody, located 3 miles northwest of Deming, New Mexico. Important World War One Army camp from 1916 to 1918.HistoryDuring World War One, Camp Cody was an army training camp for the National Guard units from North and South Dakota, Nebraska,… …   Wikipedia

  • Camp Curtin — was a military training camp in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, during the American Civil War.When news of the bombardment and subsequent surrender of Fort Sumter in Charleston, South Carolina reached Washington, D.C. on April 14, 1861, President… …   Wikipedia

  • Camp Carroll — was a United States Marine Corps artillery base during the Vietnam War. It was located at coord|16|45|47|N|106|55|50|E|city (MGRS 48QYD062545), 8 km southwest of the town of Cam Lo. Camp Carroll was also at the centroid of a large arc of the… …   Wikipedia

  • Camp Red Cloud — (commonly referred to as CRC) is a United States Army camp located in the city of Uijeongbu, between Seoul and the Korean Demilitarized Zone (DMZ). The installation was named after Medal of Honor recipient Corporal (CPL) Mitchell Red Cloud, Jr.… …   Wikipedia

  • Camp Ashland — Camp Ashland, Nebraska is a modernized and revitalized National Guard facility located near Ashland, Nebraska. It is home to the 1st Battalion, 209th Noncommissioned Officers Academy and the 2nd Battalion, General Studies. The facility trains Non …   Wikipedia

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